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Flatirons

The Flatirons are rock formations near Boulder, Colorado consisting of flatirons. There are five large, numbered Flatirons ranging from north to south (First through Fifth, respectively) along the east slope of Green Mountain, and the term "The Flatirons" sometimes refers to these five alone. Numerous additional named Flatirons are on the southern part of Green Mountain, Bear Peak, and among the surrounding foothills. The Flatirons were named by pioneer women after the flat, metal irons used to press their clothes....

Flatiron (volcano)

The Flatiron is the name for an eroded volcanic outcrop in east-central British Columbia, Canada, located in Wells Gray Provincial Park. The Flatiron is high, long and generally about wide. It is flanked by Hemp Creek to the west and Trout Creek to the east. Geology The Flatiron is probably the oldest of Wells Gray Park’s numerous volcanic formations, now estimated by geologists to be 1.4 million years old. The eruption filled an old valley here, long before Hemp Creek and Trout Creek created their canyons to the west and east respectively....

Flatirons Community Church

Flatirons Community Church is a large non-denominational church in Lafayette, Colorado, a northern suburb of Denver, Colorado, USA. The church was launched in July of 1994 as Boulder Creek Community Church, with a name change to Coal Creek Community Church in December of 1994, and another name change to Flatirons Community Church in 1997. The church had about 200 in attendance by 1999, 1,700 in attendance in 2002, 7,200 in attendance in 2008, and in 2013 had an average weekly attendance of 13,000. The church did not immediately start construction on the land it had purchased....

Flatiron Valley

Flatiron Valley is a north-south valley including a sub-glacial lake, located in the south part of the Ganymede Heights, marginal to Jupiter Glacier, situated in eastern Alexander Island, Antarctica. The name derives from field work in 1978–79 by the Department of Geography, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, with British Antarctic Survey support. It was named from the triangular slope facets between prominent gullies on the west side of the valley. The site lies within Antarctic Specially Protected Area (ASPA) No.147....

The Flatiron

The Flatiron is a rocky, triangular-shaped headland which overlooks the southwest part of Granite Harbour, in Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was charted by the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910–13, under Robert Falcon Scott, who so named it because of its distinctive shape....

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